From Indyref1 to Indyref2? The State of Nationalism in Scotland

From Indyref1 to Indyref2? The State of Nationalism in ScotlandThis report, written by Prof John Curtice and based on data from the 2016 Scottish Social Attitudes survey, finds that the 2014 independence referendum left a legacy of record high levels of support for independence, with those backing independence having become more inclined to vote SNP in elections. At the same time, despite the 62% vote to Remain at the 2016 EU referendum, Scotland has over time become more sceptical about the EU.

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